The 10 Success Basics For Your Online Business

It's always a good time to review what's been working or not working for you in your marketing efforts. Take the time to be honest with yourself about whether or not you're moving forward. There is no such thing as failure. You have to take action to do what people call "failing." If you take action you'll learn something. If you apply what you learn then you didn't fail and you learned a way to not get where you want to go. You learned something you know to not do again. What have your actions ...
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Posted on July 20th, 2014

Jaguar E-Type -- Favorite Feline of the Sports-Car World

It was pure lust on wheels. Jaguar's voluptuous E-type had car enthusiasts' tongues hanging down to their knees when it was introduced. And to this day the car commands head-spinning attention whenever it makes the scene. First conceived in 1956, the E-Type was originally intended as a replacement for the Coventry, England firm's mighty D-Type endurance racers. Jaguar quit racing shortly after the E-Type's development began, but work on the car continued nonetheless, culminating in a production ...
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Posted on July 19th, 2014

Play a cool Jeep game online

If there were anything that could excite a Jeep enthusiast more than a 4x4 trail run, it would have to be a Jeep game! Jeep games are as close to the real thing as you can possibly get without actually being in a Jeep. The best part about Jeep games online are they are completely free, so play away to your heart's content. Some of the more popular Jeep games online are: Mountain Madness This Jeep game revolves around a quiet mountain town that faces grave danger. You have to tame the ...
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Posted on July 18th, 2014

Test-Driver Jobs -- Could You Become a Test Driver For a Car

Being a car-magazine test driver is one of the ultimate jobs for anyone who likes cars. Test drivers get to spend plenty of time in pricey all-out performance machines -- Corvettes, Vipers, and Porsches -- not to mention awesome less-expensive cars like WRX, Mustang, and Eclipse. In addition, test drivers get to go on great trips to exotic locations, courtesy of automakers eager for publicity. Sounds great? You bet. I've been doing it since 1999 and I can't honestly imagine a better job for ...
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Posted on July 17th, 2014

Ford GT -- Track Time In a True American Super Car

Ever since Ford introduced its stunning GT40 race car in the mid 1960s, it's been one of the world's most coveted performance cars. For decades, people have been attempting replicas of wildly varying credibility. And today, real GT40s sell for anywhere from about $300,000 for a typical example, to the $2.5-million recently paid for a GT40 prototype. Given that, it's not surprising that Ford jumped back into the mid-engine super car game, offering its GT40 successor, the GT, for 2005. This new ...
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Posted on July 16th, 2014

Chevrolet Camaro - The Definitive Muscle Car

The Chevrolet Camaro was a "pony car" introduced by General Motors in 1967 to compete with the Ford Mustang, which by the way was conceived to compete with the Chevrolet Corvair Monza. There are four distinctive generations of Camaro's, 1967-1970, 1970 1/2 - 1980, 1982-1992, and the fourth and final generation was 1993-2002. The first generation Camaro featured a unibody construction from the windshield to the firewall back and a separate steel frame for everything upfront. The first Chevrolet ...
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Posted on July 15th, 2014

Performance Car Brakes and Rotors

Your car’s brake system is one of the most essential components of your vehicle. While the engine and transmission work together to help your car go, the brakes and rotors work together to help your car stop -- provided that they are in good working condition. If you have the right tools on hand, you can do all of the maintenance yourself. Depending on what make/model of vehicle you own, brake maintenance frequency can vary greatly. However, in all cases there are telltale signs your brakes ...
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Posted on July 14th, 2014

Online shopping is an emotional experience

/p> This short essay explores the history of online shopping from the author's perspective. The essay concludes with a list of e-commerce features that should meet the needs of emotional shoppers. A few years ago, someone prophesised that workplace offices wouldn't need paper in the future. The prophecy didn't 'come to pass' though, largely because it overlooked some significant human emotions. One such, was the emotional need for safety and security, which was undermined apparently by new ...
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Posted on July 10th, 2014

Top 5 Factors Determining Your Car Insurance Rate

Auto insurance can be confusing and mind boggling sometimes and it’s hard to determine exactly why some individuals are receiving rates which are lower than others. There are many factors which contribute to the rate of auto insurance, some you have control over and others you don’t. Below you will find valuable information regarding the factors which are compiled in order to determine the rate of your car insurance. These will help you understand important aspects of auto insurance and ...
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Posted on July 7th, 2014

Mechanic reveals ways to make your car last longer

Every 2 weeks or 3,000 miles check engine oil, transmission fluid and coolant. Once a month or 1,000 miles check tire pressure - with tire gauge. Check transmission fluid and brake fluid. Wax car to protect finish and a smooth finish will reduce the wind drag increasing your fuel economy. Check belts and hoses for excessive wear. Every 3 months or 3,000 miles Change oil and oil filter or every 6 months or 3,000 miles depending on your driving habits. You will also want to lubricate the ...
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Posted on July 6th, 2014